There are times when your smartphone’s display isn’t big enough to share content with multiple friends while outdoors or at a party; there are also times when you can’t mirror to a TV, and it’s those times when LG thinks it’s good to have an LG Minibeam Nano around, the company’s “smallest, lightest and most affordable projector to date”. It weighs 270 grams and measures 108 x 103 x 44mm, making this a very pocketable accessory.
It has a WVGA (854 x 480) native resolution with 100 ANSI lumen brightness and a contrast ratio of 100,000:1. It can project an image of almost 100 inches if placed 3.62 meters from the wall, with a built-in battery that lasts for up to two hours (3,800mAh). You project your content (movies, photos, music and even office documents) from portable USB drive, or wirelessly from a smartphone via screen mirroring (Miracast and/or Wi-Fi Direct).
If this is something you’re interested in, be on the lookout this month, if you live in in key markets including North America, Asia, Europe, Africa/Middle East and Latin America. Exact availability and pricing will depend on the region, and will arrive at a later date, at LG online.